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The Unprecedented Success of Georgian Numismatics: Coin Designer Kakhaber Topchishvili on His =Medea and the Golden Fleece=

Traffic Restored on Rikoti Highway
As a result of intensive cleaning works and safety improvement measures, traffic has been restored on the Rikoti highway, reported the Roads Department of Georgia. Yesterday, due to heavy rain landmass collapsed at the fourth tunnel of the Rikoti highway Khevi-Ubisa, which restricted traffic for several hours, the road is currently cleared. To ensure maximum safety of traffic, on the road wall concrete blocks have been set up. By Ketevan Skhirtladze

Longest Zip Line in Europe to be Arranged in Adjara, on Chirukhi Mountain

King Levan of Kakheti tomb uncovered in east of Georgia
Archaeologists working at the Gremi Church of the Archangels in Georgia's east believe they have uncovered the tomb of King Levan of Kakheti, the ruler associated with the most prosperous era of the eastern kingdom in the 16th century. The Georgian National Museum network reported this week an expedition at the Gremi church - built at the behest of the king - had found remains of a body in a tomb in the south-western corner of the building, under an elevated platform. Surrounded by brick walls and accessed by steps leading down, the tomb also gave the team of archaeologists "several items" dated back to the 16th century, a GNM release said. The museum network said preliminary assessments of the remains "do not contradict the reasonable view" of them being identified as those of the king of the Bagrationi dynasty. The recovered remains will undergo forensics both in Georgia and "specialised laboratories abroad", the GNM added, for full confirmation of their identity. Remains of King Levan of Kakheti were expected to have been buried at the Gremi church built under his auspices, however historians had no specific data on the whereabouts of the tomb at the monument. Ruling the Kakheti kingdom between 1518-1574, the royal also founded the town of Gremi, which served as the capital of the kingdom. The town and the kingdom were both swept by a 16th century invasion of Shah Abbas of Persia. In 2007, the Gremi Church of the Archangels and the Royal Tower were nominated for inclusion in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites, and are currently on the Tentative List of the global body.

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Лейсан: Прямо первым рейсом в Грузию! Было круто потому что встречали как родную, пропавшую без вести год назад, а теперь вернувшуюся домой) Спасибо Гиви, Спасибо всем, кто устроил мне прекрасное путешествие!! До скорого!

Екатерина: In this text, the word "wine" will be used indecently often! An excursion to Kakheti - the land of grapes and wine was unforgettable in many ways: a meeting right on the highway, escort, an excursion to the winery with a guide-director of this enterprise!)) Then we were expected by the hospitality of the Georgian family of winemakers. Along the way, we visited a wine tunnel where all the producers of Georgia store their wine all year round, it is impressive !!)) we were able to buy real wine with four bottles per brother, because you can’t take it anymore through Russian customs (((A large Georgian family of three generations, a wine cellar, tasting directly from wine amphora was waiting for us in the house, and then we were waiting for an laid table with Georgian specialties (do not believe it, the plates were three tiers up) and of course more sea of ​​wine and chacha. But it was not just eating and drinking - Tamada with traditional Georgian toasts and customs entertained us all evening)) there were songs and dances (by the way we prepared too, in Tbilisi we attended a master class in national dance) So so Tolya smoothly turned into fun, singing and a sweet dream in the hostel's bedchairs. I see a bunch of wine, chachi and moorrheeeee impressions !!)))) Thank George and company for the warm, cordial, clear organization ps the risk in such an excursion is one to sort out))))

Олег: Thank you so much for an unforgettable time in Georgia !!! But these memories would never have been so vivid, so full and so colorful, if there weren’t such beautiful companions as our guide Otari and the driver Giya !!!! Otari is a professional of the highest class, fluent in Russian !!! !!. He is not just a guide who knows the material perfectly, he is so in love with his profession that he lives on it and this is manifested in the smallest details and nuances of conducting excursions, but it’s worth it, it can even be said to be priceless !! To all of us. To friends and acquaintances and everyone who wants to visit Georgia and Tbilisi, we will recommend only SWEET GEORGIA, and as a guide, we only love Otari !!!! I would also like to say special thanks to the driver Guy, this is also a very high-class professional, and also a very helpful and considerate person !!!!! Many thanks, George, for organizing our wonderful unforgettable vacation in Georgia !!!! I wish you and your team success and more interesting, grateful customers !!!

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The Unprecedented Success of Georgian Numismatics: Coin Designer Kakhaber Topchishvili on His =Medea and the Golden Fleece=

Traffic Restored on Rikoti Highway
As a result of intensive cleaning works and safety improvement measures, traffic has been restored on the Rikoti highway, reported the Roads Department of Georgia. Yesterday, due to heavy rain landmass collapsed at the fourth tunnel of the Rikoti highway Khevi-Ubisa, which restricted traffic for several hours, the road is currently cleared. To ensure maximum safety of traffic, on the road wall concrete blocks have been set up. By Ketevan Skhirtladze

Longest Zip Line in Europe to be Arranged in Adjara, on Chirukhi Mountain

King Levan of Kakheti tomb uncovered in east of Georgia
Archaeologists working at the Gremi Church of the Archangels in Georgia's east believe they have uncovered the tomb of King Levan of Kakheti, the ruler associated with the most prosperous era of the eastern kingdom in the 16th century. The Georgian National Museum network reported this week an expedition at the Gremi church - built at the behest of the king - had found remains of a body in a tomb in the south-western corner of the building, under an elevated platform. Surrounded by brick walls and accessed by steps leading down, the tomb also gave the team of archaeologists "several items" dated back to the 16th century, a GNM release said. The museum network said preliminary assessments of the remains "do not contradict the reasonable view" of them being identified as those of the king of the Bagrationi dynasty. The recovered remains will undergo forensics both in Georgia and "specialised laboratories abroad", the GNM added, for full confirmation of their identity. Remains of King Levan of Kakheti were expected to have been buried at the Gremi church built under his auspices, however historians had no specific data on the whereabouts of the tomb at the monument. Ruling the Kakheti kingdom between 1518-1574, the royal also founded the town of Gremi, which served as the capital of the kingdom. The town and the kingdom were both swept by a 16th century invasion of Shah Abbas of Persia. In 2007, the Gremi Church of the Archangels and the Royal Tower were nominated for inclusion in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites, and are currently on the Tentative List of the global body.

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Лейсан: Прямо первым рейсом в Грузию! Было круто потому что встречали как родную, пропавшую без вести год назад, а теперь вернувшуюся домой) Спасибо Гиви, Спасибо всем, кто устроил мне прекрасное путешествие!! До скорого!

Екатерина: In this text, the word "wine" will be used indecently often! An excursion to Kakheti - the land of grapes and wine was unforgettable in many ways: a meeting right on the highway, escort, an excursion to the winery with a guide-director of this enterprise!)) Then we were expected by the hospitality of the Georgian family of winemakers. Along the way, we visited a wine tunnel where all the producers of Georgia store their wine all year round, it is impressive !!)) we were able to buy real wine with four bottles per brother, because you can’t take it anymore through Russian customs (((A large Georgian family of three generations, a wine cellar, tasting directly from wine amphora was waiting for us in the house, and then we were waiting for an laid table with Georgian specialties (do not believe it, the plates were three tiers up) and of course more sea of ​​wine and chacha. But it was not just eating and drinking - Tamada with traditional Georgian toasts and customs entertained us all evening)) there were songs and dances (by the way we prepared too, in Tbilisi we attended a master class in national dance) So so Tolya smoothly turned into fun, singing and a sweet dream in the hostel's bedchairs. I see a bunch of wine, chachi and moorrheeeee impressions !!)))) Thank George and company for the warm, cordial, clear organization ps the risk in such an excursion is one to sort out))))

Олег: Thank you so much for an unforgettable time in Georgia !!! But these memories would never have been so vivid, so full and so colorful, if there weren’t such beautiful companions as our guide Otari and the driver Giya !!!! Otari is a professional of the highest class, fluent in Russian !!! !!. He is not just a guide who knows the material perfectly, he is so in love with his profession that he lives on it and this is manifested in the smallest details and nuances of conducting excursions, but it’s worth it, it can even be said to be priceless !! To all of us. To friends and acquaintances and everyone who wants to visit Georgia and Tbilisi, we will recommend only SWEET GEORGIA, and as a guide, we only love Otari !!!! I would also like to say special thanks to the driver Guy, this is also a very high-class professional, and also a very helpful and considerate person !!!!! Many thanks, George, for organizing our wonderful unforgettable vacation in Georgia !!!! I wish you and your team success and more interesting, grateful customers !!!

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The monument of Oliver Wardrop and his sister, Marjory Wardrop

The monument of Oliver Wardrop and his sister, Marjory Wardrop

The monument of Oliver Wardrop and his sister, Marjory Wardrop was inaugurated at the park behind the Parliament building in Tbilisi. The park was given the name of the English diplomat, translator and traveler during last year s Tbilisoba holiday and that was also when it was decided to put up the monument.
Dandalo Bridge

Dandalo Bridge

By the Middle Ages, Ajara (Georgian: აჭარა), in the south western part of Georgia, formed part of a strong feudal kingdom and many roads and stone bridges were built during this period. The beauty of Ajara’s medieval stone bridges makes them as significant as the mighty fortresses, monuments, and churches that are also spread around this historical region, making them a “must-see” during any visit. Dandalo Bridge in Keda District of Ajara is situated in the village of Dandalo, near the Batumi-Khulo highway. Built of volcanic stone and lime in the IX-X Century, the bridge is distinguished by its thin arch and perfect proportions.
Женский монастырь Бодбэ

Женский монастырь Бодбэ

St. Nino Convent and Bodbe (Qiziki) Eparchy Episcopacy center is located in 2 km from Signaghi. Cathedral was constructed in IV century AD, on the tomb of St. Nino who introduced Christianity in Georgia. Bodbe Episcopacy was founded in V century by Vakhtang Gorgasali. In VIII-IX centuries the cathedral was remade into a three-nave basilica. The Georgian king Demetre I (1125-1156) played an important role in decoration of the monastery. Bodbe monastery was renovated many times by the Georgian kings. From the end of XV century Bishop of Bodbe was the commander of Kakheti kingdom military and administrative entity. In XVIII century Bodbe also supervised David Gareji monasteries. In the 20-ies of the XIX century Father superior of the monastery, Ioane Makashvili, fundamentally repaired the church, decorated it with paintings and made iconostasis. In 1837 Bodbe monastery was shut down. In 1889 by Decree of the Russian emperor, Alexander III, Bodbe Convent was opened (here served Mother Superior Famar – Tamar Marjanishvili). Here also was arranged boarding school of noble ladies. In 1924 the Bolsheviks closed the monastery. In 1991 the monastery life was restored in Bodbe. One of the biggest shrines of the monastery is miraculous icon of Mother Mary of Iveria. Large enough shops of icon painting and needle work are functioning under the monastery. Nunns are engaged in the activity of knowledge expansion, prepare new religious service books according to manuscripts. In the end of 90-ies around the spring of water which emerged under the influence of prayers of St. Nino was constructed tub of water for ritual bath and a small church named after her parents – St. Zabulon and St. Sosana (architect Teimuraz Beridze). A lot of people every day visit this place.
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Пеновани

Пеновани

1. Дрожжи развести в небольшом количестве теплого молока, добавить сахар, одно яйцо, немного муки (на глаз, до густой консистенции смеси), перемешать все руками или венчиком и дать опаре постоять полчаса в тепле, чтобы она поднялась. Оставшуюся муку в это время просеять, всыпать крупную соль и добавить 20 грамм масла. 2. Как только опара поднимется, добавить ее в муку, смешанную с маслом, влить оставшееся молоко и замесить густое тесто. Накрыть его пищевой пленкой и убрать в холодильник, а через полтора часа, когда тесто поднимется, вынуть и разделить на части весом около 70 грамм. 3. Доску посыпать мукой и раскатать порции теста скалкой во всех направлениях — так, чтобы получились довольно тонкие квадраты. Свернуть тесто пополам и снова тонко раскатать, проделать это трижды. Если нужно, понемногу подсыпать муку, что­бы тесто не прилипало к рукам и доске. 4. Сыр нарезать большими кус­ками и натереть. Добавить 20 грамм масла для смягчения вкуса и одно яйцо для вязкости — чтобы при запекании сыр схватился и не вытекал. Тщательно перемешать, но консистенция должна остаться рыхлой. Выложить на квадраты ­теста по 60 грамм начинки и скрепить края в виде конверта. 5. Выпекать в духовке, разогретой до 220 градусов, пятнадцать-двадцать минут. Оставшееся масло растопить на плите или в микроволновке и с помощью кулинарной кисти смазать им подрумянившуюся корочку — для более аппетитного вида. Сразу же подавать: пеновани нужно есть теплыми. Если нет времени на то, чтобы сделать слоеное тесто самостоятельно, можно использовать и упаковку готового
Чурчхела в домашних условиях

Чурчхела в домашних условиях

Я, пожалуй, не ошибусь, если скажу, что из всех грузинских сладостей чурчхела самая популярная и любимая, каждый из нас пробовал ее хоть раз в жизни, а я предлагаю вам сделать чурчхелу самостоятельно. У меня чурчхела всегда ассоциировалась с летним отдыхом, потому что когда мы с мамой ездили отдыхать в Крым, то первое что я просила мне купить, была как раз таки она. И мне всегда было так интересно, как готовится чурчхела грузинская, и вот недавно я открыла для себя эту тайну. Если честно, моему удивлению не было предела, я-то думала, что технология приготовления сложна и не подвластна простым смертным. Однако оказалось, что приготовить чурчхелу грузинскую в домашних условиях может абсолютно любой человек, для этого не нужно никаких специальных навыков. Приступим. 1. Для начала мы берем нитку, складываем ее вдвое и на конце делаем крупный узелок. Затем разламываем грецкие орехи на половинки и нанизываем их на нитку (длина нитки 20-22 см), на конце нитки делаем еще один узелок, чтобы было за что подвешивать чурчхелу. 2. Теперь разливаем сок по двум кастрюлькам, одну половину сока ставим на огонь и нагреваем, а вторую смешиваем с мукой так, чтобы не было комочков. 3. Когда одна половина сока почти закипит, выливаем в нее вторую (смешанную с мукой). Перемешиваем все и добавляем в массу сахар, варим сироп, помешивая, на медленном огне минут 5. За это время он должен загустеть и стать по консистенции похожим на густой кисель. 4. Теперь нам необходимо окунуть каждую ниточку с орехами в сироп и подвесить ее на полчасика подсыхать, затем еще два раза окунуть в сироп чурчхелу с получасовым перерывом. 5. После всех этих процедур подвешиваем чурчхелу в удобном для вас месте, где она не будет мешать, и под подстилаем под нее клеенку, так как сироп некоторое время будет капать. Примерно через 3-4 дня ваше грузинское лакомство будет полностью готово. Приятного всем аппетита! Источник: http://povar.ru/
мегрельскоие хачапури с двойным сыром

мегрельскоие хачапури с двойным сыром

Хачапури — настоящий шедевр грузинской национальной кухни. Это блюдо по праву может считаться кулинарной визитной карточкой страны. Рецептов его приготовления насчитывается великое множество. Само название этого блюда происходит от слов «хлеб» (пури) и «творог» (хачо). Именно такие, мегрельскоие хачапури с двойным сыром нас и научила делать Нана. Готовим так: В муку добавляем дрожжи, соль и сахар, все перемешиваем и понемногу вливаем теплое молоко. Вымешиваем тесто, пока оно не начнет отставать от пальцев. Маргарин растапливаем или доводим до совсем мягкого состояния и добавляем в конце процесса вымешивания. Месим еще пару минут с маргарином, чтобы тесто вобрало его в себя. Оставляем в теплом месте подходить минут на 30. Затем еще раз вымешиваем тесто и даем ему постоять минут 15-20. Когда тесто подошло, отщипываем кусок примерно размером с крупный апельсин. Раскатываем в круг величиной с большую тарелку. На середину высыпаем горкой около 220 г. сырной начинки, оставляя еще 40, чтобы посыпать сверху. Подтягиваем к центру края лепешки, собирая их вместе. Лепим мешочек с начинкой, напоминающий формой хинкали. Защипываем и закручиваем наверху края, чтобы начинка вся спряталась внутри. Теперь переворачиваем мешочек швом вниз и прижимаем его к столу, делая более плоским. В серединке проделываем маленькое отверстие, чтобы выходил воздух, а затем раскатываем заново, уже с сыром внутри, в круглую плоскую лепешку. Аккуратно перекладываем ее на смазанный маслом противень и посыпаем сверху оставшимся сыром. Ставим в заранее разогретую духовку и выпекаем при температуре около 280 градусов 6-7 минут. Когда мы вынимаем подрумянившееся хачапури, оно все «дышит», струйками испуская их себя через отверстие пар, пропитанный сырным духом. Теперь нужно смазать его сверху маслом и сразу подавать, пока не остыло.

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